Projects in Angola

Project by location - Angola

Nova Vida

The Nova Vida Housing Development is the largest building project ever undertaken in Luanda, Angola. Phase 1 provided housing for 30,000 people on a site area of approximately 440 ha.

Markets: Residential, Government, Construction

Expertise: Environmental management, Urbanisation, Precincts & estates, Building design

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Sonangol Head Office

Aurecon provided structural design, as well as construction supervision for the 24-storey Sonangol Head Office building in Luanda, Angola. The design overcame a number of structural challenges, including the height of the building and the addition of an extra floor to the post-tensioned floor system.

Markets: Built Environment, Commercial office buildings, Construction

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Cunene River Bridge

The new Cunene Bridge is currently the longest bridge in Angola, and lies on the major arterial road linking the main cities of Lubango and Ondjiva in south-western Angola.

Markets: Transport, Construction, Government

Expertise: Bridges & civil structures

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Manuel Quarta Punza Airport, Uíge

Aurecon was responsible for the construction supervision and project management of the rehabilitation and upgrading of the existing airside pavements at the Manuel Quarta Punza Airport.

Markets: Transport

Expertise: Airports

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Rehabilitation of the road between Namibe and Lubango

The Angolan Government’s ‘Five Roads Project’ was established to improve select National Roads to a maintainable standard. Aurecon was appointed to provide detailed design and tender documentation, construction supervision and contract management.

Markets: Transport, Rural transport, Construction, Government

Expertise: Roads & highways, Programme & project management

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Calueque Dam

Calueque Dam is located on the Cunene River in southern Angola. The dam supplies water for domestic, industrial and agricultural use to southern Angola and northern Namibia.

Markets: Water, Government

Expertise: Dams

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